In English law. An account of the names of all the villages and the possessors thereof, in each county, drawn up by several sheriffs, (9 Edw. II.,) and returned by them into the exchequer, where it is still preserved Wharton.
What is NOMINA VIEEARUM?
- AD RECTE DOCENDUM OPORTET, PRIMUM IN- QUIRERE NOMINA, QUIA RERUM COGNITIO A NOMINIBUS RERUM DEPENDET
- DE NOMINE PROPRIO NON EST CURANDUM CUM IN SUBSTANTIA NON ERRCTUR; QUIA NOMINA MUTABILIA SUNT, RES AUTCM IMMOBILE
- NOMINA TRANSCRIPTITIA
- CUSTODIAM LEASE
- PRIMO EXCUTIENDA
- CALENDAR OF PRISONERS
- TREASURER’S REMEMBRANCER
- CONTRAROTULATOR PIPAE
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